Law of occupation continuity and change of international humanitarian law and its interaction with international human rights law
Contributor(s): Arts & Humanities Research Council (Great Britain).Material type: BookSeries: International law in Japanese perspective: v. 11.Publisher: Leiden Martinus Nijhoff 2009Description: xl,758p. 25 cm.ISBN: 9789004162464 .Subject(s): Military occupation | Humanitarian law | Human rights | War (International law)DDC classification: 341.66
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"Arts & Humanities Research Council."
Includes bibliographical references (p. -740) and index.
The scope of application of the law of occupation -- Sources of the law of occupation -- The legislative competence of the occupying power under Article 43 of the 1907 Hague regulations -- The legislative competence of the occupying power under the fourth Geneva convention -- The administrative and judicial structures in occupied territory -- Regulations of the economy in occupied territory -- The prohibition of the destruction of enemy property in occupied territory -- The prohibition of the seizure and use of public property in occupied territory -- Private property in occupied territory -- The protection of cultural property in occupied territory -- General principles governing the protection of fundamental rights in international humanitarian law -- Hostilities in occupied territory, protected persons, and participants in hostilities -- Specifically prohibited acts in occupied territory -- The expanding catalogue of human rights of non-derogable nature -- Procedural safeguards and fair trial guarantees in occupied territory -- The extraterritorial application of international human rights law in occupied territory -- The applicability of the law of occupation to UN peace support operations and UN post-conflict administration -- The nature of customary international humanitarian law revisited -- Identifying customary IHL in occupied territories on the basis of its interplay with customary international human rights law.
Economic, social and cultural rights in occupied territory -- IHL-based rights of women and children in occupied territories -- Other specific IHL-based rights of individual persons in occupied territory -- The relationship between international human rights law and international humanitarian law in occupied territories -- The effective convergence between IHL and international human rights law in guaranteeing the right to life in situations of "Volatile Occupation".